This is a second update: Your Shower is Lame, Your Dishwasher Doesn’t Work, and Your Clothes are Dirty.
May 10, 2013 Liberals want government OUT of the bedroom, but they want government IN every other room of your house and garage.
Update on May10, 2013: This is a repost from January 26, 2011. It’s still relevant, especially with this link: How Government Wrecked the Gas Can:
I’m pretty alert to such problems these days. Soap doesn’t work. Toilets don’t flush. Clothes washers don’t clean. Light bulbs don’t illuminate. Refrigerators break too soon. Paint discolors. Lawnmowers have to be hacked. It’s all caused by idiotic government regulations that are wrecking our lives one consumer product at a time, all in ways we hardly notice.
It’s like the barbarian invasions that wrecked Rome, taking away the gains we’ve made in bettering our lives. It’s the bureaucrats’ way of reminding market producers and consumers who is in charge.
Original post from 1/26/2011:
Your glasses used to come out of your dishwasher sparkling and bright and now they have an ugly grey film? If that’s happened to you, it’s not your dishwasher. It’s the soap.
For a rundown of complaints that people have about the new low phosphate automatic dishwashing detergent, and to commiserate with others if you are having problems with getting your fine wine glasses to shine again, check out the comments that appear after the article at this site.
It’s no longer possible to say you don’t like politics and to just ignore it. I didn’t like politics until I was in my late thirties and happily ignored it until that time. If I voted at all I wrote in “PInk Floyd” and when anyone asked me who I voted for president I proudly told them I voted for Pink Floyd (which is just a name and not a real person). But how can you ignore something that is so pervasive it is in your bathroom, your shower, your bedroom, all over your house at night with the lightbulbs we will soon be forced to use, and now in your kitchen, your cupboard, your wine glass cabinet, on your dinner table, in your car, on your cell phone, and on and on until it is in every nook and cranny of your life? Even the time of day is political now with the idiotic extension of daylight savings time into winter.